In southeast Asia, historians have been able to date the practice of using neck rings all the way back to the 11th century. However, no one has been able to discover a concrete reason for why they did it. One of the biggest legends surrounding the rings claim that villagers wore them as a defense against tiger attacks , which were most likely to be directed at the neck. Another says that it was to protect women from being taken by men of rival tribes by giving them a less-appealing look. However, the exact opposite is true today, as the tradition is alive and well in Myanmar where the look is considered to be beautiful and elegant. At the age of 5 , girls in the Karen or Kayan and Padaung tribes of Myanmar are fitted with their first rings.
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Since , the year-old Los Angeles resident has attempted to extend her neck by encasing it in 11 copper rings. It is the latest attempt in a lifelong fascination with body modification sparked by the women of the Kayan Lahwi tribes of Thailand and Burma, who encase their necks in rings from an early age. In middle school, Smith's obsession led her to wrap cut-up coat hangers around her neck when she went to bed. After years of contemplating the possibilities, Smith put her neck on the line and had a tight-fitting necklace made with copper about three years ago. Despite her visible efforts, she was self-conscious.
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The Padaung tribe is a subgroup of the larger Kayah tribe, which in turn is a subgroup of the Karenni which in turn is a subgroup of the Karen. The Padaung have no written language and are best known for its long-necked women. The tribe is named after the Padaung area, where most of them live. There are about 10, people in the tribe. Their homes and villages are found scattered in the area between the Kayah State, east of Taungoo and Southern Shan State.
Among the Kayan tribe the ancient custom of wearing neck rings for life is on the decline. Pan Pat, Myanmar - Women of the Kayan tribe in Myanmar are well known for wearing brass coils around their necks their entire lives in order to lengthen it. The belief is the longer the neck, the more beautiful the woman. The cultural practice does have its drawbacks. The brass coils can weigh up to 20 kilogrammes, making work in the fields extremely painful and difficult.